Ranking The Battleground States
October 19, 2012

The nine battleground states aren't created equal -- Romney and Obama are stronger in some than others.

Daily Breakdown: Polls Show Obama Performing Well In Wisconsin and Iowa
October 19, 2012

The combination of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio is enough to reelect the president.

Why Green Bay Is The Most Saturated Market In The Country
October 18, 2012

There are more swing voters in the Green Bay market than anywhere else in the country

Misinterpreting Ad Spending
October 18, 2012

Depending on how you look at the ad data, there's a case that Romney's on the offensive or just desperate.

Hints of an Obama Edge In Iowa
October 16, 2012

There are only three post-debate polls in Iowa, but they're decent for Obama and the early voting numbers look alright, too.

Romney Takes The Lead In Florida
October 16, 2012

Democratic disunity and an improvement in Romney's image is helping him make gains in the Sunshine State.

How Large Is Obama's Advantage In Ohio?
October 15, 2012

Depending on whether you focus on the average or the shift in the polls, Obama might be up by just a hair or a more meaningful margin.

Romney’s Battleground State Problem
October 11, 2012

Romney leads in the national polls but doesn't have the electoral college votes he needs.

Daily Breakdown: Romney Needs A Big Debate
October 03, 2012

Heading into the first debate, Obama holds a modest lead with approximately 49 percent of the vote.   In the last forty-eight hours, 14 national polls show Obama leading by 3.6 points, 49.1 to 45.5 for Romney. Is that tightening? Perhaps only 3 of the 13 national polls suggest clear movement in Romney’s direction, including two released today: NBC/WSJ, which showed Obama’s lead among likely voters falling from 5 to 3 points, and a National Journal survey showed a tied race.